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7/6/2000 - Women Are Casualties of World's Early Indifference Towards AIDS Epidemic in Africa
According to a Washington Post report, global organizations and national governments ignored the warnings of an imminent AIDS plague in Africa....

6/30/2000 - AIDS Epidemic Ravages Africa
A new United Nations report, published by the UN Joint Program on HIV/AIDS, predicts that approximately half of all 15 year olds in AIDS-affected African countries will die of the disease....

1/5/2000 - Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Rights Advance in State Legislatures
The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force's Capital Gains and Losses: A State By State Review of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and HIV/AIDS Related Legislation in 1999 suggests a positive shift in attitudes in state legislatures toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights....

10/11/1999 - Access to Information & Contraception Will Define Quality of Life for Generations to Come
Friday, Advocates for Youth president James Wagoner urged domestic and international policy makers to adhere to the International Conference on Population and Developments recommendations....

8/9/1999 - AIDS Widespread in Cambodia
In 1991, the first case of AIDS was reported in Cambodia....

8/4/1999 - Cambodians want Prostitution Legalized
In a country ravaged with HIV/AIDS and countless brothels and sex slavery, many Cambodians are questioning whether or not prostitution should be legalized....

7/7/1999 - AIDS Policy Center Disagrees With New HIV Testing Policy
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) have instituted a universal HIV testing policy for pregnant mothers that would not require their informed consent....

6/24/1999 - UN Requests More AIDS Protection for Women
The United Nations AIDS agency (UNAIDS) requested more research be conducted to find a vaginal cream or gel that would aid in protecting women from contracting HIV and AIDS....

6/3/1999 - Highest-Ever Support for Sex Education
In a study that has been deemed the most in-depth analysis to date on how Americans feel about sex education, researchers found that support for sex education is at an all-time high....

9/24/1997 - Medical Tests Must Include Women, FDA Says
After years of research which kept women of childbearing age out of studies and away from treatments because they might get pregnant and the medication might harm the fetus, the FDA stated yesterday that it wants to delay any medical trial that discriminates on the basis of sex....